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DISPERSION MODELING OF ODORS AND AIR EMISSIONSDISPERSION MODELING OF ODORS AND AIR EMISSIONSTwo gases released from the same source, at different times, under apparently identical meteorological conditions, will result in two different measured concentrations at the same location downwind. These differences are caused by the stochastic (random) nature of turbulence and diffusion in the atmosphere. For this reason, exact concentration predictions are not possible, and all predictions should be regarded as estimates of the actual values.When air pollutants, including odorous compounds, are emitted to the atmosphere, they are carried away from th…
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